Everytime we have a Fifth Code shoot I always want to top myself from the previous one. I don’t like settling with the idea of for a mediocre shoot just because what’s the point? Hahah. People recognize effort when they see one and that’s just been my goal since day one, to really fully invest myself on any Fifth Code project. So this time around we shot in the good ol’ Enchanted Kingdom. It was quite ambitious on my part but I’m glad everybody was on board!
First Layout! That Rialto section in EK of course provided the best Main Street backdrop making it look like we were in some NY borough. Haha.
This is my 3rd shoot with Nikki for Fifth Code and we’ve been planning, conceptualizing this shoot for as long as I can remember! We were going back and forth with the pegs and all and we were just obsessed with the idea of doing a shoot in the theme park!
Finding Ralf Lagleva (twitter.com/ralfml) to do the video was such a last minute decision but looking back, it would’ve been such a waste if no one documented it! Hire him!!! He is so good. (And friendly, down to earth, etc etc. Hahah)
Literally every spot imaginable in EK we were able to shoot!
Though the crowd gathering and taking photos as well (IKR) made it all a bit harder. Haha but it’s all good!
People would really stop and stare, sometimes talk to us, asking us what this was about, some would even go up to the models and ask for photos…
It was an overall fun shoot and just really lucky all the models were game to do just about anything.
Long ass day of just taking photographs for these sweaters! Which by the way are for sale just in case you’re not focused on the clothes!!!
The day I was demoted into being a PA and was being handed tons of cameras just to take photos of these girls. Hahah fun!
I don’t know where to rank this shoot among all the 9 other shoots I’ve already done for Fifth Code but just to be fair this one was the most visually exciting to shoot. There was so much going on and it proved to be a challenge with a lot of factors to consider (crowd, transpo, food, etc.) but I don’t know I’ve always had fun with doing shoots. Marco, Carlos and Mike made it all easy by just being all around fun, no drama whatsoever. Haha we got there, did what we had to do and poof, easily one of them works we’re all proud of!
Hope you guys like it!